AUSTRIA: Wolford raises FY forecast on pleasing H1
Upmarket hosiery firm Wolford has upped its full-year sales forecast after recording a 13.1% jump in first-half sales.
The company has raised its full-year projections by 7.4% to EUR130m (US$170.50m) from EUR121m.
It credited its good interim result to retail growth within America and the UK.
EBIT leapt three-fold to EUR3.6m during the first half and EBTIDA was up 62.65 to EUR6.7m thanks to improved distribution.
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